The Princess and the Frog
Things you’ll need:
A bag of Hershey’s kisses
Pen or marker
A bag, bowl or hat
Step 1: Write the word ‘frog’ on one slip of paper.
Step 2: Write the names of other animals on all the other pieces. Be sure you have at least one piece of paper for each guest.
Step 3: Fold each piece of paper, and put it in the bag, bowl or hat.
When the guests arrive:
Step 1: Choose one guest to be the princess. You may want to have the girls draw straws, or guess the number you’re thinking of to make it fair.
Step 2: All the other guests form a circle around the princess.
Step 3: Blindfold the princess.
Step 4: Have all the guests pick a piece of paper until someone gets the one that says ‘frog.’
Step 5: The princess then says, “with this kiss, the frog becomes a prince.’ The guests then all start making animal sounds, but only the child that has the paper that says from may ‘ribbit.’
Step 6: The princess should walk towards the frog, using the ribbit sounds as her guide.
Step 7: When she thinks she knows who the frog is, she should hand that guest the kiss.
Step 8: If she guesses right, the frog gets to keep the kiss, and sits out the next round while the player to the right of her is the princess.
Step 9: If she guesses wrong, then guest gives back the kiss, and must sit out while play starts again, with the frog now playing the princess.
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